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Rays, Bucs, Lightning, and Bulls fan. Mass Communication (Journalism) major at USF. Husband, cat owner, and certified pool technician.

D'Backs 7, Rays 0: Ouch

The red hot Rays finally have a let down game as Wade Miley and the Arizona Diamondbacks baffle the Tampa Bay Rays, 7-0

Rays 4, Jays 3: Archer Shines, Rodney escapes jam.

The Rays finished the series sweep of their division rivals, the Toronoto Blue Jays, with rookie Chris Archer defeating reigning Cy Young winner R.A. Dickey 4-3.

Rays 4, Twins 3: Marathon filled with K's and Zz's

The Rays finally bested the Twins 4-3 in 13 innings as teams rack up 35 strikeouts.

Rays 1, Astros 4: Carter blasts Astros past Rays

Astros ace Bud Norris quiets the red hot Rays offense as Chris Carter single-handedly blasts Houston past Tampa Bay, 4-1

Rays 3, Tigers 1: Good guys finish first.

The Rays and Tigers duel it out as tempers flare and baseball's unwritten rules take center stage.

Rays 6, Sox 2: Myers, Helly key big Fenway win

Jeremy Hellickson looks like his old self and Wil Myers notches his first RBIs as the Rays salvage a game from division rival Boston Red Sox, 6-2.

Royals 5, Rays 3: Fartnoise

The Rays get outpitched, outhit and outplayed by the Kansas City Royals for the 9,000 time this year.

Rays 8, Sox 3: A big bounce-back win

The Tampa Bay Rays blast four home runs as Roberto Hernandez out duels Jon Lester to give the Rays an 8-3, bounce-back victory over the Boston Red Sox.

Rays 2, O's 1: Archer dazzles, Jennings goes boom

The Tampa Bay Rays top pitching prospect stymied the Balitmore Orioles and a Desmond Jennings blast sent the Rays home vcitors, 2-1.

Rays pummel Indians 11-3 to take series victory

After two strange games in Cleveland, things get a little back to normal.